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Facebook Introduces New Mobile Ad Network, Takes Its Business Outside The Social NetworkNASA’s New Martian Spacesuit Is Straight Out Of “Tron”Silicon Valley Turns To An Algorithm To Fix Its Diversity ProblemGreenpeace Imagines a World Full of Robot BeesThe Best Thing You’ll See Today: This Video Of Hamsters Eating Perfect, Tiny BurritosDisney ‘s New 3-D Printing Technique Makes Any Object Transmit SoundLet This Noir Cartoon Make Fractals Way More Accessible (Or At Least Entertaining)This Air-Purifying Billboard Lays Waste to Construction Site Pollution6 Of The Boldest Concept Cars Ever BuiltHow Easy Is It To Get Around In Your City? Play With This Interactive Viz To Find OutCoding Bootcamps Expected To Reap $59 Million In Tuition In 2014Here Are Some Excellent Things Not Available In The App Store. Get Them Now!The Onion Is Launching A BuzzFeed/Upworthy Parody SiteThis Fridge Doesn’t Need Electricity To Stay CoolSecrets To Building A Totally Addictive App (Without That Guilty Feeling)How Do You Make Roads Safer For Bikes? Nix DriversI Shaved With Gillette’s New Fusion ProGlide With FlexBall™ Technology Razor, And Lived To Bloodily Tell About ItHow To Build A Circular Economy That’s Less Wasteful And More ProsperousHow This Dev Team Made $1 Million In 24 Hours By Forgetting Their FocusSagmeister & Walsh Rebrand The Jewish Museum, Using Sacred GeometryCongressional Report: American Reconstruction Investment in Afghanistan Is Being MisusedElectric Objects Wants To Display The Most Beautiful Parts Of The Internet On Your WallThe White House Enlists Actors to Fight Sexual Assault on CampusGoogle Might Be Phasing Out The G+ LoginThe Insane Victorian Taxidermy Of Walter PotterMoMA Design Store To Sell Kickstarter-Funded GoodiesStudy: Snobby Salespeople Make You Want To Buy More StuffAre The 613 Largest U.S. Public Companies Actually Working On Sustainability?Ai Weiwei Doesn’t Want You To See This Sci-Fi Movie He’s InCodecademy Grows Up With New Pentagram-Designed Brand IDIn this Performance, A Man’s Life Continues Online After His DeathThe World’s Most Popular Running And Cycling Routes, Mapped With GPSThese Condoms Remind You That You Need To Ask Before You Have SexHigh School Students Come Up With A Genius Plan For Getting Ketchup Out Of The BottleMeet The Guy Who’s Making It Cheaper To Hire A LawyerHow A Redesigned Meal Tray Is Saving Virgin Atlantic MillionsThe Super-Tan World Of 1960s Coney Island5 Big Ideas To Make Cities BetterWeapons, Bribes, And Dictators: Where Architects Draw The LineStunning Photographs Of One Of America’s Last Wild PlacesBrooklinen Wants To Disrupt Your Sleep With $100 High-End SheetsInside The Eclectic Creative Diet Of Ebay’s Chief CuratorWhy You Should Become Best Friends With Your Company’s Chief Financial OfficerHow To Handle The Most Awkward SituationsWhat Ancient Cave Paintings And Teen Spirit Teach Us About Where Social Media Is GoingHow Coffee Makes You More HonestThis Infographic Reveals The Real Ways To Hold On To New HiresForget LinkedIn, Why You’ll Find Your Next Job Using Facebook5 Ways Being A Good Follower Makes You A Better Leader7 Steps To Mending Relationships With ColleaguesPixar’s Ed Catmull On Why Communication Should Know No BoundariesHow To Re-Imagine Your Storefront For The FutureDigital Players Buy Into The Brand-Building Power Of The Newfronts (But Are Brands Buying?)These Macro Photographs Make Creepy Insects Look Totally AdorableTwitter Earnings: $132 Million Loss, $250 Million In Revenue, 255 Million UsersOffice Tower’s Facade Built To Control Climate IndoorsMeet Socibot, A Robot That Responds To Your Movements And Moods–Sort Of Like A Real PersonA Multinational Typeface Inspired By The Flags Of The World7,000 Vintage Photos From The American Museum Of Natural HistoryAmazon Unveils Store Dedicated Specifically To Wearable TechEvery MIT Undergraduate Will Receive $100 In Bitcoin This FallTinder Meets LinkedIn For The Dating App Of Your NightmaresOculus Rift Experiment Simulates Internet Lag In Real Life, But Maybe We Should Decelerate More OftenWant To Be An Amateur Godzilla? Share Your Roar3 Big Brands Unite In 1 Unusual Spot For Early Autism Detection“No Questions, Please!” The 8 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself to Ace Your Next Q&AAerial Photos Capture Two Of America’s Most Precious Resources: Oil And BeefSee A Baseball, Rubber Ducky, Golf Club, And Many Other Objects Satisfyingly Crushed Courtesy GEWhat Is Up With Google’s Space Elevator Project?What A Tornado Looks Like From SpaceJeffrey Katzenberg Predicts That Future Moviegoers Will “Pay By The Inch”Mies Van Der Rohe’s Farnsworth House Is At RiskBe Your Own Warby Parker With These Mix-And-Match Magnetic GlassesUsing Cell Phones To Stop False Rumors, Before They Lead To Ethnic ViolenceMIT Nanocrystals Can Use Your iPhone To ID Fake Money And DrugsInfographic: The Death Of The OfficeMushroom Gold Miners Can Suck Up The Metals From Our TrashApple Slashes Prices On MacBook Airs By $100Meet The Real-Life Best Friends Who Make TV Shows About Female FriendshipHow Brazil Has Leapt Ahead Of The U.S. With An Internet Bill Of RightsBubblegum That Cleans Your Teeth–For Kids Where There Are No DentistsCodeNow Expands To Miami With $100,000 From Knight FoundationSquare Now Lets Customers Order Ahead And Pick Up Their PurchasesBeautifully Pristine Relics Of Technologies PastHow Facebook Predicts Who You Know, Using Old Yahoo CodeHonda Is Designing Houses, Because Cars And Homes Will All Be Part Of The Smart GridThese 3-D Printed Houses From China Appear In Just A Few Hours4 Encouraging Trends From The Future Of Health CareThis Grilled Cheese Restaurant Delivers You Your Sandwich By ParachuteSee Amazingly Detailed Lego Recreations Of Nintendos And Polaroid Cameras (And Build Your Own)Judgy Maps Divide Neighborhoods Into Their Worst StereotypesPeek Inside The Studios Of 14 Art StarsHow 3-D Printing Can Help To Cure CancerIkea Is Making Meatless Meatballs As Part Of A Massive Push For SustainabilityHow To Kill 3 Common Excuses That Keep You From ExercisingHow Voto Latino Rules TwitterSprig Wants A Piece Of San Francisco’s Lunch HourHow An Electric Bike Company Changed Gears And Found Its PurposeHow Working Late Is Harming Your BrainThe 6 Components Of CharismaThe Secrets To Creating Fanatically Loyal CustomersHow To Set Goals For The Life You Actually WantHow To Save A 137-Year-Old Humanitarian Organization In Three Easy Steps5 Ways To Improve Your WebsiteIn Search Of Greener Pastures, Techies Land In The Growing Marijuana FieldHow A Popular Two-Letter Word Is Undermining Your CredibilityThe Smarter Way To Check Your EmailCan You Train Yourself To Become A “Supertasker?”To Encourage Recycling, Coke Made An Arcade Game Powered By Empty Plastic BottlesCB2 Invites Pinterest Users To Design An Apartment In Real TimeFor New York City’s Tech Industry, Is There Life After Bloomberg?Homeland Security Tells Americans To Avoid Using Internet ExplorerDrone Captures Path Of Destruction Left By Arkansas TornadoXbox Fans, Get Ready for A Halo TV Show, Halo Movie, And Other OriginalsRead NPR’s Charming Intro To The Internet, 20 Years LaterDesign Student Turns Friend’s Hair Into An AlphabetCould This 3-D Printed Cast Really Heal Bones Faster?How The Dodo Hit 1 Million Views In One Month–Without Hiring A Single DeveloperThis New Site Lets You Walk Around The Riga Ghetto And Latvian Holocaust MuseumThis Is How Google’s Driverless Cars Navigate Tricky RoadblocksWith Better Immunization Cards, Will More Kids Get Vaccinated?These Algae Farms Cover The Walls Of Buildings And Soak Up CarbonEvery Button On This Touch Screen Is Actually A Tiny RobotAn App To Share Civic Complaints Gains Popularity Where The Government Hasn’t Been ListeningYou Can Print Yourself This 2-Cent Diabetes Test, Made To Fight The Disease In SlumsInfographic: How To Feel Happier And Less StressedClimate Change Isn’t Equal: See If Where You Live Is Getting Hotter FasterHow To Encourage Leadership In Your Design StaffTough Questions You Face When Building A Homebrew Wearables KitThese Tiles Are Made Of Your Grandma’s Old TV SetNeed A Creative Solution? Go For A Walk, Says ScienceMeet The Russian Environmentalist Standing Up To Putin To Save The Country’s EcosystemLife Got Flipped, Turned Upside Down: “Underlapse” Takes You To A Dizzying World Of AntigravityHow A Former Corporate Lawyer Stood Up To Fracking Companies, And WonThe Five Best Libraries For Building Data VisualizationsA Bike Light That You’ll Want To Wear Around All DayWatch: The Creative Processes Of 3 Top Japanese Fashion Designers10 Years Later, Burger King Brings Back The Subservient ChickenThis Pop-Up Taco Shop Is A Secret Idea AcceleratorSign Up For These Cute Subscription Post Cards, Do A Tiny Bit To Save The Postal ServiceA Crazy-Fast Tool For Building MoodboardsGoogle’s 25 Rules For Building A Better Mobile SiteThese Photos Of Angelenos And Their Cars Are The Most L.A. Thing EverAmerica’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The SkyA Clever Idea For Reinventing The Corporate “About” PageHow A Startup Grows Up: Lessons From Airbnb’s OpenAir SummitThe Woman Who Took On Wall StreetWhat Is The Best Country In The World To Work?Finally, Hold Music That Doesn’t SuckHow To Make An Unpopular Decision7 Ways To Knock An Hour Off Your Work DayThe Definitive Guide To Social Media Tools For StartupsWhy Chasing After Happiness Is Making You UnhappyLessons In Hyper-Growth From The Man Who Scaled Engineering At Dropbox And FacebookThe Secret To A Better Reputation Isn’t Better Adjectives–It’s Better Storytelling7 Deadly Email Personalities That Will Instantly Get You BlockedSee History In A Bottle–Literally–In Jose Cuervo’s New CampaignSee What Tatooine, Hobbiton, And 14 Other Former Film Sets Look Like NowBob Dylan’s Visual Art Is As Enigmatic As Bob DylanThis New Nike Soccer Ad Stars Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr., Wayne Rooney And … The Hulk.Undercover Police Are Targeting Uber And Lyft Drivers To “Send A Message”A Delightful Animated Version Of George Saunders’s Graduation Speech On KindnessDuolingo Will Offer Cheap Language Proficiency Tests You Can Take On Your SmartphoneCodeBabes: The More Code You Learn, The Less The Instructors WearThis Is The Most Boring Ad You’ve Ever Seen, By DesignThe Recommender: The 3 Best Things Jeff Beer Saw On The Internet This WeekNetflix Is Coming to Cable TV. Say What?Even Little Darth Vader Is Evil In This New Lego AdThe Slums Of Liberia Spring To Life In These Animated GIFsThis Obscene Card Game Can Help You Be More CreativeAdvertising’s Big Names Become Stock Photo Cartoons In Cannes CampaignThe Top Leadership Stories, April 21-25What’s Next For Google+?Predicting Contagious Outbreaks Using Your Most Popular FriendsCoastal Wetlands Might Be Our Best Infrastructure InvestmentThe Best Way To Remember Something? Take Notes By HandPharrell Is Reviving Bic’s Tipp-Ex “Hunter Shoots Bear” Campaign For A Book For Some ReasonCreating A Culture Of Hope–Not Fear–Around SustainabilityIn Abu Dhabi, A Desert Park With A Secret GardenBrands Shouldn’t Be Afraid To Put LGBT Couples In Their Ads“The Final Member” Finds The Humanity In A Quest For ManhoodHate Commuting? Handy Map Shows Jobs Close To Where You LiveSharks Are Carrying A Deadly Record Of All The Chemicals We UseIf We’re Sharing Everything Else, Why Not Our Coffee Cups?Vermont Is About To Become The First State To Require GMO Food Labeling10 Tips To Help Non-Technical Employees ThriveCan A TV Show Get Girls More Into Tech?10 Tiny Houses You Can Rent On AirbnbThis Musical Bike Rack Is Designed To Add Some Joy To Boring InfrastructureThe Frozen, Stoic Existence Of A Wildlife PhotographerAnnouncing 8 New Judges For The 2014 Innovation By Design AwardsFrom Obama to Madonna: 50 Famous Lives, Illustrated9 Gorgeously Illustrated Quotes From Great ThinkersWatch Skydivers Jump Off the Burj Khalifa, The Tallest Building in the WorldHow HBO Recreated The Studiedly Zany Offices Of Silicon ValleyThis 10-Mile Loop Of Parks Would Protect New York From Rising WaterWill LocoMobi Be The Uber Of Parking?When Email Overload Actually Works In Your FavorGlobetrotting Design Researcher Jan Chipchase’s Case For The Pop Up Creative StudioStudy Tools You Can Use On Your Phone and Share With Your Friends4 Website Lessons From’s Epic FailureWhy PR Is Critical For Your Startup’s SuccessHow Randi Zuckerberg Stepped Out Of Her Brother’s Shadow And Onto A Broadway StageHow A Startup Helps Employees Speak Their Minds Without Fear Of Getting FiredThe Difficulties Of Running A Sex-Inspired StartupWhat Magicians Can Teach Us About How Our Brains Work5 Famous First Tweets And What They Tell Us About Social Media Today5 Free Apps For Mapping Your MindUbisoft Teams With Frank & Oak For “Watch Dogs”-Inspired FashionThe Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Exhibit Is An Ectoplasmic Explosion Of Fan ArtExperiential Marketing Claws Its Way Into Your Heart At Purina One’s Cat CafeFamatic: An Intentionally Low-Tech Picture Frame For GrandparentsAre These 3 New Music Videos By Pop Singers Culturally Offensive?Have We Reached Peak Pharrell With This Bizarre Bic Sponsorship?Creative Advice From Kids Who Play With Lego Blocks At SchoolPayPal Is Piloting A Wireless Smartwatch Payment SystemWatch A Murderer Use Snapchat To Commit The Perfect Crime In This 6-Minute FilmTaco Bell’s Fancy Upscale Offshoot Will Soon Serve You Philly Cheesesteak TacosVictorian Bathing Machines: So Men Couldn’t Get Their Rocks OffVictorian Bathing Machines: So Men Couldn’t Get Their Rocks OffThe Latest From Subaru Is The Only Dash Cam Ad You’ll Ever NeedFor Its Number 2 Ad, Poo-Pourri Goes After Second-Hand StinkNew Andy Warhol Paintings Found On Old Floppy DisksLike These Getty Photos? Now You Can Hang Them On Your WallThis App Is Like A Remote Control For Your Credit CardsFacebook Courts Journalists With Its “FB Newswire”Now That Anyone Can Invest, Startups Are Rethinking Investor MarketingThe CATable Solves The Cat-Interfering-With-Your-Work “Problem” And Probably Creates A Bunch Of New OnesTo Escape The Slog Of Writing, Kurt Vonnegut Made These Great DrawingsAfter Much Anticipation, IFTTT Launches App For AndroidHeineken Made This 15-Second Film About An Evil Abe Lincoln Clone Based On A TweetGoogle, Amazon, And Facebook Join Initiative To Prevent The Next HeartbleedThese Posters Make Learning About Typography FunThis Fast-Growing Company Is Giving Former Addicts And Alcoholics A Second ChanceThis Lamp Uses Physics To Perfectly Reproduce The Sky’s Beautiful, Evolving ColorsIn Pakistan, This Uber-Like Service Works Without A Smartphone And Calls You A RickshawConverting Small Change Into Something Far More Useful: SavingsOne Woman’s Plan To Make Hitchhiking Safe AgainThe World’s Fastest Bike Looks Like A 90-MPH Space DildoThe World’s Fastest Bike Looks Like A 90-MPH Space DildoInfographic: How To Avoid Accidentally Making Rude Hand Gestures AbroadA Tweeting Vending Machine Shames You Into Not Eating CrapCan This T-Shirt Make The Fashion Industry More Ethical?These Simple Devices Turn Every Sign Post Into A Bike RackFCC Refutes The Claim That Net Neutrality Is DeadYou’re A Developer. Do Your Kids Have Any Idea What You Actually Do?“Great Ideas” Are Everywhere, But That Doesn’t Mean They Should Be CheapWikipedia App Inspired By 109-Year-Old EncyclopediaJanet Mock’s Online Activism Is Changing Perceptions About The Trans Community9 Future Jobs That Will Power Partners With 30 School Districts To Bring Computer Science To ClassroomsSee The Homes Of The World’s Best Architects: AnimalsHow Obsessively Copying Poems Helps ShaoLan Hsueh, Who Reimagined Chinese, Stay CreativeSee The Homes Of The World’s Best Architects: AnimalsHow Obsessively Copying Poems Helps ShaoLan Hsueh, Who Reimagined Chinese, Stay CreativeWhy VC Firms Are Snapping Up DesignersMIT’s Vibrating Supershoes Tell You Where To WalkSee Where America Gets Its Energy, In Spectacular PhotosIndia’s First 3-D Motion-Capture CGI Film Is So Bad It’s GoodSee The Wonderful Drunken Scrawls Of Brooklyn MoviegoersHow Yellowberry Is Changing The Bra Industry For Young GirlsWhat’s College Good For?One Man’s Bold Quest To Lure Cool New Yorkers To The City’s Least-Hip BoroughHow To Save A Good Design From Its Imminent DeathConsider This Before You Decide To Go GlobalA Distant Voyage, A Powerful Plant, And A Crowd-Backed Quest To Crack The Snack MarketLeadership Lessons From A 94-Year-Old Entrepreneur7 Ways To Get Ahead In The Hyper-Competitive Small Business WorldWho Needs Business School? The Hidden Startup Resources At Your Local LibraryHow To Become A Content Master On LinkedInA Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist On The Conversations Lacking In The Current Women’s MovementThe Woman Who Helped Define Facebook’s Culture Explains How Startups Can Explain Who They Are To The World10 Ways To Do What You Don’t Want To DoFast Company is Looking for a Media-Savvy Events InternThe Golden Rondelle, Space-Age Hit Of 1964